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Posted by Guest January 20, 2017

12 Tips to Help Turn Your Company into an International Business

Turning to the international market is a great way to ramp up your company’s sales, but it does require a bit of hard work. While the Internet has made selling to people in other countries easier, a website alone won’t turn your company into a worldwide success. Use these tips to expand your company across Continue reading →

Posted by Guest December 08, 2016

Understanding The Basics Of Trading Psychology

If you’re interested in getting involved in trading, there are quite a few things to think about. You’ll need to find a good broker, find a strategy, think about risk management, and more. However, one thing that seems to go unconsidered by many beginners is psychology. The truth is that psychology plays a big role Continue reading →

Posted by Guest November 13, 2016

Here’s Why Most Traders Lose Money

It is a well known fact that most investors lose money in the stock market. The numbers vary from 80% to 95%, but the fact remains. There are many reasons why people lose in the stock market. But the main reason is related to human emotions.    · Role of Psychology in trading   Dr. Van Continue reading →

Posted by Guest June 17, 2016

How To Start An Online Trading Business?

It is an appealing idea for many people to start with online trading. You are your own boss, set your own schedule and work from the convenience of home with unlimited income potential. Adding to the advantages anyone with a laptop and working internet connection can give it a try by just opening an easy Continue reading →

Posted by Guest October 24, 2015

Dividend Investing For Wealth Preservation

This is a guest post from Ben Reynolds of Sure Dividend. Sure Dividend is dedicated to helping individual investors find high quality dividend growth stocks suitable for long-term holding.   If you read the Strategy page on Hello Suckers Investments, you will Martin’s thoughts on dividend investing (emphasis added): Dividend investing is a great strategy, Continue reading →

Posted by Guest May 20, 2015

OPEC Struggling To Keep Up The Pace In Oil Price War

Some market watchers, such as Cornerstone Analytics (CA), have consistently stated that the underestimation of demand, coupled with over-estimation of supply, will mask the growing call on OPEC oil in the second half of this year. CA recently noted that global demand outstripped supply by some 4 million barrels in April . This comes in Continue reading →

Posted by Guest January 13, 2015

Will Eurofins’ Acquisition of SF Analytical Boost Returns?

Analytical testing is currently an attractive area for investors around the globe upon which to focus their attentions. The fact remains, however, that a great deal of this investment capital needs to be utilized so that higher returns for investors will result. A major way in which testing firms are striving to put this $1.3 Continue reading →

Posted by Guest December 29, 2014

Experts, Publications Or Algorithms? Who To Turn To For Stock Picks

Everybody wants to have only the best stocks in their portfolio. This need leads us to the question – Who to turn to for stock picks? While you can very well pick your own stocks, reaching out to experts, publications or using algorithms to arrive at the perfect stock is a more sure shot approach. Continue reading →

Posted by Guest February 25, 2014

Will The Passing of a Net Neutrality Law Affect Stocks?

This is a guest post by Dave Landry. Dave Landry Jr. is a business owner, financial consultant and amateur investor who enjoys writing and infographic design in his spare time. He also enjoys linking with like-minded folk, so feel free to give him a ping on social media! In short, it already has. Netflix was Continue reading →

Posted by Guest August 06, 2013

Save Up for a Cause

Save Up for a Cause

This is a guest post by Jeremias. He introduced himself. My knowledge regarding stocks or investments I would say is quite on the average compared to people on the same age as I am, 15 years old. My parents introduced me to mutual funds when I was seven years old and I place money there Continue reading →